Tag Archives: Egypt

President Donald Trump calls Egypt’s president Sisi

23 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

US President Trump discusses fight against terrorism with Egypt’s Sisi

    US President Donald Trump discussed on Monday in a phone conversation with Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi the war against terrorism and extremism, and applauded El-Sisi efforts on those fronts, Egyptian presidential spokesman said.
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Egypt’s High Administrative Court rejects govt appeal on Red Sea island deal, confirms Egyptian sovereignty – Justice is done!

16 Jan

Editor’s Note:

    The Egyptian public is within its right to be singing today the national anthem to express its joy and agreement with the court’s verdict of dismissing the government’s appeal to transfer the sovereignty of two Egyptian islands, Tiran and Sanafir – in the Gulf of Aqaba – to Saudi Arabia.
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The Poisoned Chalice? Ethiopian Dam Between Egypt & Saudi Arabia

28 Dec

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, Asharq Al-Awsat
 
The image of the Saudi minister Ahmed Al-Khatib visiting the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam appears to have been an excuse for a media exchange that turned the relationship between Riyadh and Cairo from an intimate one to one where bad language is used.
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Egypt calls on Addis Ababa to stop accusing Cairo of support for TPLF opponents

28 Dec

Editor’s Note:- የወርቅነህ ገበየሁ ‘ፍየል ከመድረሷ ቅጠል መቀንጠሷ’! Literal translation – The secret behind a goat’s haste always is its first chomp of fresh leaves!
 

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by MEM News  

FM Workneh Gebeyehu (The Reporter)

FM Workneh Gebeyehu (The Reporter)

An Egyptian Foreign Ministry official called on Addis Ababa to stop what Cairo believes to be the provocation of crises between the two countries against the backdrop of Ethiopian accusations in October that Cairo supports the anti-government Oromo ethnic group.
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Saudi official visit to Ethiopia’s Nile dam sparks controversy in Egypt’s parliament; Saudis retaliate by banning pepper import from Egypt

21 Dec

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Al-Masry Al-Youm
 

The Human Rights Committee of the House of Representatives (parliament) witnessed on Tuesday Dec 20, 2016 heated arguments between MPs, over the timing of the visit of Saudi officials to Ethiopia and its links to the Renaissance Dam project, in light of the current strained relations between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
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ተራ የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ብቻ ሳይሆን በየሥፍራው የሚገደለው፣ በሃገረ ሶማሊያ የሚሞቱት የኢትዮጵያ ወታደሮችም ክብርና ቀባሪ አጥተው ሬሣቸው በረሃ ላይ እየረገፈ ነው፤ አሁን ደግሞ ገዳዮቹ ላይ አልሞ ገዳዮቹን በተከታታይ መልቀም ተጀምሯል! ማን ይሆን እያነጣጠረ የሕወሃትን ሰላዮች የሚለቅማቸው?

17 Jun

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

እነማን ይሆኑ? ማን ይሆን? የሃገር ደህንነት ሳይሆኑ፥ የሕወሃት ሰላዮች ላይ እያነጣጠረ ላለፉት አራት ወራት ሲለቅማቸው የከረመው/ሙት? እኛም ለጥይቄው መልሱን አናውቅም። ምን ውጤት እንደሚያስከትል አናውቅም – ለውጥ መምጣቱን ባንጠራጠርም!

አንድ አበክረን የምናውቀው ሃቅ ግን፥ በሕወሃት አስተዳደር ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ በዜጎች እኩልነት ላይ ያልተመሠረተ አመራር ባለበት ሁኔታ፡ ሃገሪቷ ልማቷም አርኪ ሰላምና ደህንነቷ የተረጋገጠ ይሆናል ብሎ ማሰብ ቀድሞውንም ተላላነት ነው። የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ለማን ደህንነት ነው ይህቺን የጋራ ሃገራችንን መንከባከብ የሚገባው? ለዘረኛው ሕወሃትና አቃጣሪዎቹ?

ከታሪክ እንደምናስታውስው፥ ባሪያ ለፈንጋዩ የራሱን ደህነንትና ነጻነት ወደጎን ገፍቶ፡ ቀንና ሌሊት ለፈንጋዩ ምቾትና ደህነንት ብቻ ሲኳትን ዘላለም ይኖራል ብሎ እንደማሰብ የሚቆጠር ነው! አይታሰብም!


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Egypt operationalizes Egyptsat to monitor progress of Ethiopia-constructed dam on the Nile River

17 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Egypt, fearing its access to the Nile river will be hindered, plans to use a new satellite to track Ethiopia’s construction of Africa’s largest dam.
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TEO predicted that much already on March 23/2015, based on contents of the Khartoum Agt, Egypt & Sudan likely to emerge as GERD managers

1 Feb

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Regarding the March 23, 2015 agreement between Ethiopia, Egypt and the Sudan, otherwise known as the Khartoum Declaration of Principles, the construction firm Salini impreglio matter of factly wrote on March 25, 2015 “Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan reached a cooperation agreement in Khartoum on March 23 on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam…The deal between the three countries comes after works were halted due to concerns, especially from Egypt, that the project might negatively affect its water supply by reducing the capacity of the Nile.”
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